Architectural designs and engineering layouts are depicted using “blue printing”. The word used in the sixties and seventies where chemicals are applied on a black paper, the design/layout is placed on top of the treated paper and exposed to the UV light. In the sixties, they expose it to the sun.
Today, the blue printing or replication of large A1 and A0 designs document can now be made through a duplication process of “OC Flatwave”. The layout are now made electronically by our architects and engineers. The output can be sent to our office in Parkmall, through email or USB. The printing can be had while you wait. You also do duplication work by scanning the prints for a nominal fee. This can save space in your office as well as data are transferred in USB files.